This is Stormageddon’s music collection on Bandcamp.


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  2. Hip-Hop/Rap
  1. collection 23
  2. wishlist 1
  3. followers 5
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  1. Net Split or, the Fathomless Heartbreak of Online Itself
    by MC Frontalot
    Memes Are Stupid (feat. Int80) Memes Are Stupid (feat. Int80)
    MC Frontalot has done it again. Breaking up with the internet never sounded so good. Front has distilled the very essence of what it's like growing up with the internet and growing apart from the wonderment. Also the hooks... GOOD GOD DAMN these hooks. So catchy. They will be in your head forever and a day. A must have album.
  2. The Department of Darkness
    by The Department of Darkness
    Witch Hunt (feat. Miss Eaves, LadyJ & Lex the Lexicon Artist) Witch Hunt (feat. Miss Eaves, LadyJ & Lex the Lexicon Artist)
    A necessary album in dark times. I love this record so much. Sick rhymes and tight instrumentation. Schaffer and Vince say what needs to be said. Shut up, stop talking over each other and listen up.
  3. FNFII: Advanced Friends & Fandoms
    by Vince Vandal
    Throw Down (feat. Keyza Soulsay, Mikal kHill, & Crossover) Throw Down (feat. Keyza Soulsay, Mikal kHill, & Crossover)
    Vince is easily one of the best producers out there. This record is a who's who of nerdcore talent and Vince makes some of the sickest beats in the history of the genre.
  4. Friends & Fandoms: Volume 1
    by Vince Vandal
    Sweet, Sweet Loot [feat. Tribe One] Sweet, Sweet Loot [feat. Tribe One]
    This is everything I want from a nerdy collab from some of my favorite artists. Vince makes the best beats in the business. If you love nerdcore than this album is a must.
  5. Raging Ego
    by LEX the Lexicon Artist
    Peep Game (prod. Mozart von Robot) Peep Game (prod. Mozart von Robot)
    LEX The Lexicon Artist's fusion of indie rap, indie rock and punk is exactly what I'm looking for. Her blend of these genres mixed along with her energy and skill makes for some of the most relatable and brilliant music I've ever heard.
  6. Friendraiser
    by Schaffer the Darklord & Friends
    Yes (Untested Methods Remix) Yes (Untested Methods Remix)
    Some of my favorite Schaffer collabs on one killer record and it's for an awesome cause. Get it!
  7. Epiphanies (EP)
    by Neil Fein
    Hooping Hooping
    Neil is a brilliant folk rock performer. His music is equal parts fanciful and and worldly. This EP is like wrapping yourself in a warm blanket of music.
  8. Hold Person
    by Schaffer, Riley, and the Double Ice Backfire
    10,000 Cigarettes 10,000 Cigarettes
    This is such a laser precise album. The perfect mix of chiptune, rap and pop. Flawless Victory.
  9. Junk Drawer Vol. 2
    by Schaffer the Darklord
    Pockets Pockets
    Schaffer The Darklord is my rap spirit animal. From a charming song about what's in his pockets to an anthem for coffee drinkers to at heartfelt and kick-ass song about his dad this album is a blast from start to finish. Must have. 10/10 would listen again.
  10. Human Disaster
    by Mikal kHill
    Martyr Martyr
    Mikal kHill is an artist who I can relate to and who writes the best emotionally charge rap music. This album was well worth the date and is easily his best work yet. A must have for any indie rap fan.
  11. Re: Birth
    by Sulfur
    Never Stop Learning Never Stop Learning
    Sulfur is here and he isn't pulling any punches! Love this record. Listening to this record is like getting to know Sulfur personally.
  12. The Zombie Dinosaur LP
    by MC Lars
    Never Afraid (featuring Watsky) Never Afraid (featuring Watsky)
    This album was worth the wait. MC Lars kills it. So much heart. So much love. So much skill. Incredible.
  13. Sex Rhymes
    by Schaffer the Darklord
    Yes Yes
    A sex positive hip hop record that is fucking fantastic! I love every second of this EP. STD kills it. 5 stars. 10 out of 10. 100%.
  14. Kaiju (CrushKillDestroy)
    by Tribe One
    The Godzilla fan in me goes gaga for this track.
  15. Different
    by Tribe One
    Heartfelt, power, and emotion. This track is a reminder to always be yourself and you are never alone.
    appears in 1 other collection
  16. Steve Irwin
    by Tribe One
    Touching and powerful. It really tugs at you heart strings.
  17. Crisis On Intimate Earths
    by Tribe One
    Dirty South Swamp Thing Dirty South Swamp Thing
    Tribe One comes at you with adamantium claws drawn. This EP is fantastic. A must have for any nerdcore fan.
  18. EP
    by Mystery Skulls
    Money Money
    This album is so catchy. It's burned into my brain. If you haven't seen the Phoenix Wright music video for "Money" go check it out!
  19. Birth of a Machine
    by Phonosynthesis
    Brilliant, original and new funk!
    appears in 1 other collection
  20. The Garden
    by Dan Bull
    Roots Roots
    Dan Bull just gets better and better. This is by far my favorite release of his.
  21. The Adventures of Beef Thompson: Check Your Local Listings
    by Beefy
    Football Head Football Head
    Raps about Dexter and Hey Arnold! Hell. Yes. Beefy is king.
  22. Sick Passenger
    by Schaffer the Darklord
    Tomgirl Tomgirl
    The best concept album I've ever heard. STD opens a vein on this record. It's incredible.
  23. The Very Last Songs I Will Ever Record (Part 1)
    by Mike Phirman
    Clear the Floor Clear the Floor
    A glorious adventure of fun and entertainment. Phirm rules.